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How insider CEOs succeed : advice from those who've done it / by Andrew P. Chastain and Michael D. Watkins

By: Chastain, Andrew P.
Contributor(s): Watkins, Michael D.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 98 (2), March-April 2020.Description: 68-75, 8 pages.Subject(s): Leadership | Chief executive officers | Interpersonal communication | CareersOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Advises CEOs hired from within face different, but just as challenging, hurdles as an outsider does. Identifies five key challenges insider CEOs may face, including operating in the shadow of their own past and overseeing former peers. Draws on interviews and insights from internally promoted executives.
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Advises CEOs hired from within face different, but just as challenging, hurdles as an outsider does. Identifies five key challenges insider CEOs may face, including operating in the shadow of their own past and overseeing former peers. Draws on interviews and insights from internally promoted executives.

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